Livestreaming for All High School Sports and Events to Be Available This Month

Imagine sitting home and watching football live from the comfort of your home. In March? Get ready!

Livestreaming options for all high school events will be available later this month with the emergence of a new live high school broadcasting channel.

bBIG Communications, which has been livestreaming high school hockey games under the flagship for the past seven years, is now launching, giving schools the option to easily offer professional-quality livestream broadcasts of everything from upcoming football and baseball games to concerts and plays.

“We have all of our production tools available from the work we’ve been doing inside the rinks for the past seven years, and we have a great relationship with high school and prep school athletic directors across the state,” said Mark Igo, Chief Operating Officer at bBIG Communications. “Extending into other school-run activities, from spring sports to school events, is a natural extension of our services.” will debut in late February when the early spring sports season starts, which includes high school football, after it was postponed from last fall’s sports calendar. will then transition into traditional spring sports like baseball and lacrosse.

At the same time, Igo notes that if schools are offering any plays or concerts and wish to have larger events like graduation ceremonies broadcast live, is equipped to cover those events as well.

Igo notes that during this pandemic-limited hockey season, many games have seen over 3,000 views per game as they can not only be viewed live but also shared with family and friends for viewing later, as well as used by coaching staffs to help with their film review.

“We want to be a full resource to all high schools and prep schools for their on-demand needs,” said Igo.

Schools, teams, programs or booster organizations that are interested in scheduling games or events are urged to contact Mark Igo at [email protected] as soon as possible. charges a small production fee to teams, often paid by the boosters, schools or local advertisers. Oftentimes, teams will split the cost to make the game coverage even more affordable. As an added perk, coaches have access to the game film following the game that they can use as part of their video sessions with their student athletes., owned by bBIG Communications, Inc., also owns My Hockey Live, which reaches the largest school hockey community in the Northeast via livestreamed broadcasts and a growing digital and social media presence. Our dedicated team delivers the latest in hockey news from all around New England. MHL is the ONLY digital, social, mobile media network designed exclusively for local community hockey families, players, fans and coaches, providing instant access to LIVE and ON-DEMAND hockey games, which can be viewed from your smartphone, laptop, tablet or big-screen TV. To learn more, visit To schedule a game for your high school team, contact Mark Igo at [email protected].

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